What Is Bookkeeping? In 140 Characters

What is bookkeeping in 140 characters? #Bookkeeping is boring, so avoid snoring and leave it to us! Give us a call and we’ll give you the TL;DR version of your books! Prefer doing your own books? Take a look at our short & sweet articles to learn what you need to do to keep your #bookkeeping compliant: Bookkeeping: What should I be keeping track of??  Top DIY Bookkeeping Mistakes Bare-Bones Bookkeeping: What is the Bare Minimum I need to do for my books?
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Tracking Time: Excel vs. TSheets 

Tracking Time: Excel vs. TSheets 

https://youtu.be/F_G6iahgyL0 Time keeps on tracking, tracking, tracking…How do you track your time? You may have noticed by now that Excel is compared to all sorts of different programs: TSheets in this article, and Quickbooks in (When Excel is not Enough). You can use Excel to make informative charts and graphs, do your math homework, and create works of art. There are even people who are crazy/smart enough to make video games entirely in Excel! We at TL;DR Accounting love Excel. It is simply unparalleled when it comes to spreadsheet software (although Google Sheets takes the cake for collaborative spreadsheet software).…
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Meet Our Software Stack

Meet Our Software Stack

https://youtu.be/1shrHVHb8Lg One of the most important ways we leverage our time efficiently here at TL;DR is through the use of effective software tools. It’s like the difference between muscling furniture up into a moving truck versus using a powered lift — you still have to know what you’re doing, but it’s far less uncomfortable! Since we’re working on your books, we feel that you might be curious to know more about the kinds of tools we’re using to keep them clean: QuickBooks Online (QBO), the star of the bookkeeping show Receipt Bank and HubDoc, the librarians for your files Gusto…
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